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Camera Maker Canon Camera Model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III
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Caption BENNETT'S LONG CAMP Near this spot the Bennett-Arcane contingent of Death Valley Forty-Niners, emigrants from Middle West seeking short cut to California gold fields, were stranded for month and almost perished from starvation. Two young companions, William Lewis Manley and John Rogers made heroic journey on foot to San Fernando, returning with supplies, and led party to the safety of San Francisquito Rancho near Newhall. State Registered Landmark No.444 Marker placed by California Centennials Commission. Base furnished by Death Valley 49ers, Inc. Dedicated December 3rd, 1949